droplet

Droplet vs Inkjet - What's the difference?

droplet | inkjet |


As nouns the difference between droplet and inkjet

is that droplet is a very small drop while inkjet is a device, particularly one used in the printing of documents, which propels tiny droplets of ink to the paper.

Droplet vs Dewy - What's the difference?

droplet | dewy |


As a noun droplet

is a very small drop.

As an adjective dewy is

covered by dew.

Droplet vs Raindrop - What's the difference?

droplet | raindrop |


As nouns the difference between droplet and raindrop

is that droplet is a very small drop while raindrop is a single droplet of rainwater that has just fallen or is falling from the sky.

Droplet vs Prilling - What's the difference?

droplet | prilling |


As nouns the difference between droplet and prilling

is that droplet is a very small drop while prilling is the solidification of droplets of molten material falling against an upward stream of air; used especially to agglomerate ammonium nitrate and urea for use as a fertilizer.

Droplet vs Spatter - What's the difference?

droplet | spatter |


As a noun droplet

is a very small drop.

As a verb spatter is

to splash with small droplets.

Droplet vs Paisley - What's the difference?

droplet | paisley |


As nouns the difference between droplet and paisley

is that droplet is a very small drop while paisley is motif of swirling droplet.

As an adjective paisley is

made from this fabric, or marked with this design.

Droplet vs Colloid - What's the difference?

droplet | colloid |


As nouns the difference between droplet and colloid

is that droplet is a very small drop while colloid is (chemistry) a stable system of two phases, one of which is dispersed in the other in the form of very small droplets or particles.

As a adjective colloid is

glue-like; gelatinous.

Droplet vs Emulsion - What's the difference?

droplet | emulsion |


As nouns the difference between droplet and emulsion

is that droplet is a very small drop while emulsion is a stable suspension of small droplets of one liquid in another with which it is immiscible.

Droplet vs Precipitate - What's the difference?

droplet | precipitate |


As nouns the difference between droplet and precipitate

is that droplet is a very small drop while precipitate is a product resulting from a process, event, or course of action.

As a verb precipitate is

to make something happen suddenly and quickly; hasten.

As a adjective precipitate is

headlong; falling steeply or vertically.

Droplet vs Pebble - What's the difference?

droplet | pebble |


As nouns the difference between droplet and pebble

is that droplet is a very small drop while pebble is a small stone, especially one rounded by the action of water.

As a verb pebble is

to pave with pebbles.

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